SUMMARY OF R V. MATYR

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R V. MATYR

M struck a blow at S who subsequently died from a hemorrhage. The medical evidence was that it would not be usual for such a blow to cause death, and that S had a peculiar weakness. Nevertheless the court thought that the section would apply only when the result was caused by a subsequent unforeseeable happening.

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